JAKE PAUL wants to fight Floyd Mayweather after his big brother Logan faces the boxing legend.
Logan brings Mayweather out of retirement in February for a 'special exhibition fight'.
But he has already called out Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth as his next opponent.
In a surprising move, the younger Paul responded by revealing plans to take on Mayweather.
Jake tweeted Logan: "And then I’ll fight mayweather."
Logan, 25, made his pro debut in 2019, but lost to YouTube rival KSI, 27, by split-decision.
Jake, 23, on the other hand has a had a more successful start to his career with two knockout wins to his name.
And despite calling to box Mayweather, 43, himself, he does not give Logan any chance against the 50-0 icon and reckons the fight is 'bad for the sport'.
Jake told TMZ: "My brother's f*****. It's bad for the sport. I think it's just for clout.
"I wish him the best of luck.
"I just like – don't get in there with a guy whose never even been knocked out. He's been knocked down once and it was by accident."
Jake is coached by BJ Flores and J'Leon Love – a long-time friend and former protege of Mayweather's.
And Love admitted it could be inevitable that his former mentor and current fighter face off.
He told SunSport: "With Jake, it's a major possibility, a high chance.
“I thought about it and then left it alone but obviously Floyd and Jake are both in it to get the best out of it.
"Floyd is the pinnacle of it, so could it happen? Floyd is a businessman, so is Jake Paul, just as well as Logan, so if it makes money it makes sense.
"I think Jake would do it, there's a possibility that happens.”
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